CLOSURES, REPAIRS FOR CURRIE PARK BOAT RAMPS
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. (July 13, 2018)— The City of West Palm Beach is currently undertaking repairs to the Currie Park boat ramps located at 2400 Flagler Drive. Please note the following partial and full closures:
Partial closure: Effective July 13, 2018, ramps 1 and 2 will be closed. All other Currie Park boat ramps will remain open.
Full closure: Effective July 23, 2018, all Currie Park boat ramps will be closed for repairs. Ramps will not be accessible during the construction period of up to 45 days.
Currie Park will remain open from sunrise to sunset.
During the closure, boaters who wish to launch their watercrafts may do so at these area boat ramps:
Phil Foster Park, 900 E. Blue Heron Boulevard, Riviera Beach
Jim Berry Light Harbor Park, 1800 Broadway, Riviera Beach
Lake Park Marina, 205 Lake Shore Drive, Lake Park
Bryant Park South, 100 South Golfview Road, Lake Worth
John Prince Park Public Boat Ramp, 2520 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth
For more information about area boat ramp locations, please visit: https://public.myfwc.com/LE/boatramp/public/.
For more information about repairs to the Currie Park Boat Ramps, contact the City of West Palm Beach at (561) 822-1200.
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